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This is a well preserved ancient ruins. It is a good stop if you are an ancient history buff but you can’t get close as in other Roman areas. If close definitely stop by but unless you are a history buff look elsewhere in Rome.
Area Sacra Sant'Omobono Roma is an archaeological site and work is in progress, uncovering new evidence of life and society in republican Rome and even before that time. It is very close to other important sites, so it would be worth a quick visit.
& they kept discovering & unearthing gems like this. Sights such as this, are the ones that I am going to remember for ever. Not because of greatness in its art or architecture but for the fact that there are so many, so well preserved,...More
Inadvertently unearthed during an excavation project ordered by Benito Mussolini, the fascinating Area Sacra dell'Argentina is one of the best sites to see the remains of Roman architecture from the Republican era.
I have really mixed feelings about this place. It is incredible to look down into a large hole in the heart of Rome and it,s jammed full with fascinating and evocative ruins, yet it embodies part of the sense we picked up in a number...More
This is an interesting part of ruins in Rome. They don't appear to be doing a whole bunch of work on it but you can walk around and check out the whole site from above. The key part about this area for history geeks is...More
We stumbled upon this late at night and were amazed...it is ancient ruins in the center of Rome! It is pretty cool - ancient ruins with cars driving by. At night it is lit up...and there are lots of cats that are roaming! (don't feed...More
Area Sacra Sant'Omobono Roma is an archaeological site near Church of Sant'Omobono and Theatro Argentina, around 4-5 minutes walk from the Roman Forum area. It was discovered in the 1930s and can be seen sunk a few metres below street and ground level.